Definition of Gingely
1. gingelly [n -LIES] - See also: gingelly
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Literary usage of Gingely
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1. Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial by Edward Balfour (1873)
"120 Of the first class, cocoa-nut, castor, groundnut, gingely and its variety, rape, mustard and linseed form considerable articles of foreign trade. ..."
2. The Useful Plants of India: With Notices of Their Chief Value in Commerce by Heber Drury (1873)
"The seed which is black is called first-sort gingely, from the fact of ita yielding the ... Second-sort gingely is sown in June, and produces a red seed. ..."
3. Report by Madras (India). Railway Committee (1850)
"The chief articles of Export and Import to and from this district are >\vn below. EXPORTS. > Madras-*-Cloth, ghee, gingely and lamp oil, honey, saltpetre, ..."
4. Tropical Agriculture: A Treatise on the Culture, Preparation, Commerce and by Peter Lund Simmonds (1889)
"frequently called Til, or gingely. This is an erect, pubescent annual herb, from 2 to 4 feet high, indigenous to India, but propagated by cultivation ..."
5. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1891)
"... ghee in milk, oil in gingely seeds and gold in quartz. Again, just as the oil depends for its existence upon gingely seeds and odor ..."
6. Memoirs Read Before the Anthropological Society of London by Anthropological Society of London (1870)
"A similar ceremony was gone through with the gingely oil, and after which distributions of presents of money took place, ..."